Chevening Fair: An orientation seminar will be organized in Cefod . on October 8

The Chevening is a UK Government global program designed to provide development scholarships to future leaders and elites in the UK. To this end, an orientation seminar will be organized on 8 October.

Open for the period from August 5 to November 5, 2019, applications for chevening scholarships are registered online at the website:

Chevening is a very competitive scholarship. To do this, candidates must submit excellent applications to hope for success. There are at least five things to consider when applying for Chevening.

  1. Develop a strong post-Chevening career plan and link it to at least one of the UK priorities in your country;
  2. Choose a course related to your career plan, the one that will ultimately enable you to achieve your dreams through your career plan. Start sending your applications to universities as soon as possible;
  3. Take the English test as soon as possible and have the result at hand even before the interview period;
  4. Support essays with concrete examples of your achievements – describe not only what you have done, but also emphasize the results of your actions, ie how and to what extent your actions have contributed to positive change in your community.
  5. Do not rush the application, you have three months to submit a good application.

A seminar on Chevening will be held at the CEFOD in N’Djamena on Tuesday, October 8, 2019 from 4:00 PM to 6:00 PM. To express your need to participate, please contact Hyacinthe at +235 66506210 or at the email address:

Hyacinthe Ndolenodji is a young Chadian executive who was a beneficiary of the Chevening program in 2017. In September 2017 I flew to the UK to study sustainable development at the University of Exeter, Cornwall where I was later told I was the very first Chad to study on this campus “, he testifies before adding” My journey with Chevening culminated in earning a Masters degree from one of the best universities in the world. This degree has greatly improved my career prospects as I got a new job within a month of my return to Chad. In addition, I receive at least one job/consultancy offer every two months † †

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